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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOUT.. SAT.F.M. OREflON. MONDAY, MAY 29, 1916.
SALEM NEXT 10 TOP
BY 7 TO 2 WIN FROM
WlLLAMETE u. wins
t News '
Why You Should Own & Maxwell
Comfort First, because it is a comfortable riding cur. Plenty of room for five'
people; deep, soft cushions; springs made of the best spring sleel,1
scientifically heat-treated, accurately suspended and balanced. You
will always be comfortable in a Maxwell.
Appearance Second, because the Maxwell is a trim, smart, good-looking car,
Many makers of heavy, high priced cars, as you know, have copied the
general lines, the shape of the hody and hood of the Maxwell. This is
more of a compliment than an infringement.
Third, because the Maxwell, being a product of thirteen years evolution,
is so designed and manufactured that it gives unfailing, consistent and
and satisfying service to thousands of owners.
Maxwell cars are made of the best materials that money and brains can
buy and they are made right. Yen can get out of any car only what
is put into it.
Fourth, because you get everything in a Maxwell that you can get in
any car and you get it for less money.
The answer to this is that the Maxwell is a light car and it is built in
enormous quantities. The Maxwell Co. is one of the three largest pro
ducers of high grade liotor cars in the world.
Fifth, because the Maxwell will give you more miles per dollar than',
any car built.
We say this without hesitation or doubt. It is our honest belief and we'
are willing to prove it by Maxwell owners, by comparison with any
other car or by any other way you suggest or prefer.
The Maxwell will please you. We know it will. Let us arrange for a dem
onstration and we'll take the responsibility of satisfying you completely.
Touring Car $655 Roadster $635
. LF. O. B. DETROIT
Halvorsen & Burns
MAXWELL SERVICE STATION
Cor. High and Ferry Phone 959
Time Payments if Desired
Loius Fall on Murphy's Shoots Methodists
. for Seven Runs in Second
Salem climbed into second place in
the inter-city league percentage col
umn yesterday when the Loganberry
Juicers made seven runs off, of two
hits and a hunch of errors against
Woodburn. Murphy, the much touted
twirler who essayed to do the chuck-
in jj fur Woodburn, was relieved in the
second inning after Salem had done its
worst and Pellotte, who was sent to
tho box, held the homo guard score
less hut S.ilem had no bail innings and
the one lone run that the visitors add
ed in t lie ninth was only a consolation
memento of their ploa.-ant visit.
Woodburn scored one in the tirst
when Yarrow doubled and then scored
as Miller erred on Coleman's infield
Midler redeemed himself when ho
came to hat by stinging out a safety
with Jones on and then Barham
bounced one off of Murphy's toot and
tnc bases were full. Humphries hit tha
b.ill hut Jones was forced out at the
plate, fciemour hit one through Shorey
at short and Miller scored and then
Wilson waited'until four erratie curves
wobbled past and ambled down to first
while. Barhnin strolled home. ' Adams
then smeared one to outfield and Hum
phries, Semour and Wilson scored, lly
this time Murphy was fast ebbing
away and x total of seven runs were
registered before tho Woodburn mana
ger put him out of his misery and sent
1'ellette to the little hill.
In the ninth Coleman walked and
Schueo singled hut stretched it to two
bags and titter Sims had been given a
pass Hauser threw to Jones who muff
ed the throw and Coleman scored.
The score follows:
Salem An. H. TO. A. E.
Humphreys, 2b 4 U 4 1 0
Seymour, rf 4 0 0 0 0
Wilson, 3b 4 2 0 1 0
Adams, cf 5 I 1 0 0
Houser, c 2 II 10 1 0
Mickel, cf 2 1 1 0 0
Jones, lb 4 1 11 0 1
Miller, ss 4 1 0 3 1
Barthaovp 4 0 (I 7 0
Totals S2 0 27 13 2
Woodburn AB. It. I'O. A. K.
.Shorey, ss 4 0 2 5 1
Yarrow, 2b 4 1 2 2 0
Krcitz, c 4 0 I) 0 0
Coleman, 3b 3 0 0 0 0
Schnee, lb 1 1 !) 0 0
Manning, ef 3 0 1 0 0
Baxter, If 3 0 0 0 0
Hurst, r 1 0 1 0 0
Murphy, p 3 1 1 2 3
Simms, x 0 0 0 0 0
Hudleston, x 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 3 24 9 4
Score by innings:
Salem E. II. E.
Hits 020 101 Ilx 7 (i , 2
Runs 070 000 OOx 7
Woodburn K. II. E.
Hits 100 010 001 2 3 4
Runs 100 000 001 2
Summary: Struck out, by Barham, 0;
Toilette. 7. Base on halls, by Barham,
5; Murphy, (i; l'ellctte, 1. Wild pitch,
1'ollette. I'asscd halls, Hauser. Dou
ble days, Schorey to Yarrow to Schnee.
Two base hits. Yarrow. Earned runs,
Salem, 5; Woodburn, U. 2 hits, 7 runs
hm Murphy, at bat in second inning,
charge deteat to Murphy. 1 nipire,
Brown. Time of game, 1:35. Scorer,
Musterolo Gives Delicious Comfort j
VYIiett those sharp pains go shooting
through your head, when your skull
seems ;n if it would Split, hist ruli a lit
tle Ml'STKUOU'. on the temples and '
neck. It draws out the intlammation,
sooilies away the pain gives quick
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mi.iiit, made wild oil of mustard. Better I
tli. in a mustard plaster and does not His
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Odds of the Chest (it often prevents
; t your druirgist's, in 25c and 50c Jar, !
Urid special large hospital sue for SO. I
lie sure von eet the trcnu'me MUS-!
TOtOI.E. Kefuse imitation ?rt what
rut ask for. The Mujterole Company,
J- Watching the Scoreboard
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. L. prt.
Vernon 3:1 IS .0,(7
I .oh Angclex 28 22 ..r)l'0
San Francisco 2S 24 .r3S
Salt Lake 21 2t .40
Portland 17 24 .413
Oakland 20 33 .304
At l.o Angeles Portland. l!-0; Ver
non, (1 2.
At San Francisco l.os Angeles, 5 10;
At Salt Luke Salt ' Luke. 8; San
Bill Steen had nothing in his roper
loir to confuse the Saints ami Salt
Lake wou, S to 2.
Although the Seals played errorless
ball behind Steen, the Salt Lake tin lu
men had their hitN artistically hunched
and did tho little business with ease.
San Francisco onlv deserved one run
off 1 'iorey. Tho Seals got that ace on
clean hitting, and the second resulted
from a frenzied heave on the part of
While the Giants arc spurting in the
National league take a look at. Vernon
spurting- lltim Patterson's Tigers grab
bed one from Portland Sunday and tied
another. The Beavers won but once
during the whole week.
Idaho Sprinter Is
Wilie. of Portland, got four hits out
of five times up in the morning.
Oakland fans put in a big day roast
ing Pinpiie Outline. When he left the
field after the morning game Oak'niul
boosters pursued hlai smiting him with
cn-l, Im,., I. , , i.. ....
to clear the way and' Frank Chance
ami Dutch klawitlcr strode on either
side, waving hats.
Speed Martin was consliWmhlv
whalcd by the Angels in the afternoon,
the melody being 10 to !. Tn one inning '
the Angels tried to get four outs, hut I
were toiled by the cries of the mob.
j of Idaho, was the bright star in the
Idaho-Montana track meet vesterdav.
Shr nf Dtial Mppf making the 220-yard sprint in :21 4-5
Oldl 01 iUdl MltCl seconds, breaking the track record. He
tied his record of two - vears ago of
Moscow. Idaho, May 2S. Morrison ;! 4 fi seconds in the 100 vard dash.
Have Won 17 Games Straight,
Two More Will Tie Major
Detroit drove Bob Oroom from the
mound and beat St. Louis tl to 3. The
hookworm was among those present and
it was listless affair.
ISufifter Nut i
i v t I HI
i M I I M
White Sox grabbed two from Cleve
land, bad support beating Morton in
the second and smashing his winning
Pirates hit like fiends all through two
games and heat St. Louis twice.
Comes frantic denial from Harold
Lockwood and May Allison tUat they
are married. They say they never had
contemplated sin h n thing and shouM
they marry will not marry each Other.
however, nnd t'njov working toyothcr.
at All Grocery Stores
ASK FOR IT-LARGE LOAVES 5 CENTS
NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE LABEL
Ts'evr York, May 20. The attention
of the New York baseball fans was
centered today on Boston where the
(limits clash with the Boston Braves
in the final game of the series. If Mc
Oraw's men can grab this afternoon's
contest they will have captured 17
games straight, within two games of
the major league record of 10 straight
made by the Chicago White Sox.
The (limits today were only two
games behind the National league lead
ers avd were going strong. Tomorrow
they will open a new' series with the
Phillies at Philadelphia.
In the American league the renovated
and rejuvenated Cleveland Indians are
going almost as strong as the Giants
but they have slipped during the last
week and are now in second place.
Idaho smothered Montana bv the score
of S3 to 40.
Idaho proved speedier in the sprints.
but Montana showed strong in weights
and jumps. Campbell of Idaho dropped
in a faint as he crossed the tape in the
two-mile run. He bent his former rec
ord bv one-fifth of a second. His time
was 10:00 2-5.
Massey, crack middle distance man
for Idaho, was out because of sickness
and probably will not be in the confer
ence meet. Idaho won the relay race.
Nearest Rivals and Land
the Silver Cup
The second annual Willamette invi
tational track and field meet for the
non-coufcrence colleges of Oregon was
won by Willamette on tho local field
Saturday by a score of almost double
that of tho nearest, competitor. Tho
final count allowed Willamette to bo in
the lead with 77 points, McMiunviPo
collego 41 1-2 and Pacific university a.
poor third with 2S 1-2 points to her
Culver of McMinnville broke his own"
noit-conferenco record for the high
jump by 1-4 inch getting over tho bar
at 5 feet o inches.
-Tho most brilliant race of tho meet
was the 220-yard dash in which Oros
venor of Willamette and Lucas of Pa
cific, tied for first, with Small only six
inches behind for third. Ford easily
won the 100-yard dash with tho re
mnrkublo non-conference time of 10
By winning the meet Willamette
will again possess the large silver tro-A
phy cup which was won by Pacific last
year. It must be won two successive
years for permanent possession. The
meet marks the close of tho -spring ath
letic calendar of events at Willamette.
Mile Ireland, V., Chapler, W., Wil
liams, M., Castle, W. Time, 4:50.
41(1 yard run Grosvenor, W., Wnngh,
W., Jackson, W., Turner, P. Time,
54 1-5 seconds.
120 yard hurdles Cole, M., Ford,
W., Bueerman, II., Shisler, W., 10 3-5
100 yard dash Ford, W., Grosvenor,
W., Lucas, P., Small, W. Time, 10 see
880 yard run Dowd, M., Bueerman,
M., Webb, P., Morgan, P. Time, 2:07.
220 yard hurdles Shisler, W., For(J,
W., Bueerman, M. Time,, 27 1-5 sec
onds. 220 yard dash Grosvcrnor, W., and
Lucas, P., tied for first, Small, W,
Potts, P. Time, 23 2-5 seconds.
Shot put Livesley, P., Bueerman,
M., Baglev, W., Human, M. Distance,
34 feet 1-2 inch.
Pole vault Bagley, W.. and Culver,
M., tied for first; Curl, M., and Jones,
P., tied for third. Height- 10 feet 4
High jump Culver, 51., Adams, W.,
Dibble, P., Bueerman, M. Height, 5
feet 0 inches.
Discus Bagley, W.. Lucas,
Brown, W., Bueerman, M. Distance
112 feet 7 inches.
Javelin Brown. W., Bagley, W.,
Culver, M., Simpson, M. Distance 151
feet 8 inches.
Broad jump Ford W., Coe, 5f.r
Grosvenor, W., Lucas, F. Distance 19
feet 10 inches.
Relay Forfeited to W. by default.
Inhibition races won by W. team com
posed of Ford, Small and Shisler.
Time 1:15. Eeferee, A. 51. Grillev, oC
Portland Y. 51. C. A.
J Inter-City Sidelights 1
Inter-City League Standings.
W. L. Pet.
Bradfords (i 2 .710
Woodburn 5 3 S2T
Salem 5 3 .f.2."i
Kirkpatricks 5 3 .1125
St. Helens 4 4 ,501)
Beavers 4 3 .444
Montavillo 2 l .250
Woodland 2 7 .222
' At Vaughn street Bahv
Beavers 9-3. Montaville 2 4. '
At, St. Helens Kirkpatricks
4, St. Helens 3.
At Woodland Woodland 4,
St. Helens 3.
At Woodland Woodland 4,
Bradfords 1. ;
At Salem-Snleni 7, Woodburn
Although Salem is next to tho top
the loss of Wayne Barham from tho
pitching staff will he a severe blow
but Salem has always recovered from,
severe blows in the past.
Barham joins the Vancouver, B. C,
team in the Northwest league and left
last night for that city. Ho was form
erly with San Francisco and after a
short trial in the majors was sent back
to the coast. He was suspended last
year for striking for higher pay but
later purchased his release and is in
good standing In organized baseball.
Coleman,' the Woodburn third sadter,
will Ko to Vancouver with Barham.
("oleman is from Woodburn and Barham
is a Dallas product.
Telette, who relieved 5Iurphy yes
terday, is a native son of St. Paul and
was given a tryout with Butte this
year but lacked the finish to stick.
rhone 81 if the carrier misses you.
Only two hits were made from 5lr
phy's delivery but all of his teammates
added an error or two to the merriment.
Salem's pennant chances brighten
with each game and the Portland pen
nant ehasern will show a burst of speed
if they head the Lojus.
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